The Will Power

While you see nothing with your eyes, you are not blind. You feel restless, but you’re calm. You have plenty of dreams but can’t see a ray of hope. You never experience the bitter taste of your life, but still you have to. There are thousands of questions sparkling in your head with the echo of “why me”? You try to put the pieces of your life together but end up with unanswered questions: “Why do I have to go through this?” You feel overwhelmed by a swirl of emotions, yet somehow you find the strength to take one step after another.

Every morning you feel discontent, disconsolate, and drained of energy, yet you push yourself to make it through the day, comforted as you try to make sense of what has happened and why. You try to keep your head above water, barely making it through another day of wandering with watery eyes here and there—still a long way to go. No one else understands your battle but you, and no one else knows the amount of courage and strength it takes to rise again. It can be difficult to find solutions when going through a difficult experience, but I believe they are available.

In this world, energy moves in circular directions—someone is a taker and another is a receiver of those energies. We are constantly in flux because of the energies of those around us and our environment. Don’t forget somewhere you are the reason to glow someones’ life. Wait and keep patience for your turn. Lets’ come out some ‘energy’ to your life.

It will come, will be added soon. Embrace such energy to shine your day.

Just take a long breath! Taking a moment to pause and reflect can give us the space we need to look for possible solutions. It can be difficult to take a step back from the hustle and bustle of our lives, but it is important for our physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Never regret the decisions you make because they are a part of the learning process and can help shape our future. Look for moments of respite, because it is in those moments that we can find inner peace and balance. Look at the open, broad blue sky and pray while holding your hands together. The sky resembles the broadness; make you feel the tiny feeling of your pain. On the other side, your prayer will connect your soul to that broadness. Prayer is a virtue that can lead to fetch out peace. Prayer can provide a quiet moment to clear our minds and appreciate what we have. On the other side, your prayer will connect your soul to that broadness. Prayer is a virtue that can show us the path to fetch out our peace. Prayer can provide a quiet moment to clear our minds and appreciate what we have. It can bring us closer to ourselves, and it can remind us that life is not just about ourselves and our own struggles.

On the other side, your prayer will connect your soul to that broadness. Prayer is a virtue that can bring about inner peace, power, wisdom, and strength . Prayer can provide a quiet moment to clear our minds and appreciate what we have. It can bring us closer to ourselves, and it can remind us that life is not just about ourselves and our own struggles. Prayer can be a balm for that sorrow as well, providing comfort and solace in our grief.

When we face the death of a loved one, our sorrow can be overwhelming, and our sense of loneliness and helplessness can be paralyzing. We are unable to handle such losses. The reality is that God will make you stronger to heal your heart because he has different plans for you. What does God wish? God wishes us to be strong and resilient in the face of death, illness, or any loss, to take solace in the knowledge that our loved one is no longer suffering and that we have had a blessed life together. Despite our pain and sorrow, it is important to recognize that God is a loving Creator and He knows what is best for us.

Keep praying and whisper as you look up at the open sky and say, ” Dear God, let us be reminded of your love, mercy, and grace!”

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